In this issue: The new renewables projects at mine sites, Australia’s National Resources...
- Renewable energy projects at mines: read more in the new issue of MINE Australia
- World Day for Safety and Health at Work: the technologies keeping miners safe
- BioXtractor: sustainable precious metal extraction with a BRAIN
- Caterpillar reveals plans for the R1700 XE, its first electric underground loader
- Talking points: the top 10 digital mining trends
Renewable energy projects at mines: read more in the new issue of MINE Australia
In this issue: The new renewables projects at mine sites, Australia’s National Resources Statement, the changing fates of Western Australia, and more.
Autonomous trucks start operations at Fortescue’s Cloudbreak mine
Fortescue Metals’ goal for a fully autonomous fleet of haul trucks moved a step closer after the first Cat 789D trucks fitted with the technology began operations at its Cloudbreak iron ore mine in Pilbara, Western Australia (WA).
Finnish machinery firm Metso acquires HighService Service
Finnish industrial machinery company Metso has completed the acquisition of HighService Service, the service division of HighService Corp, a mining engineering, construction and technology firm in Chile.
April’s top news stories
Ericsson and Ambra Solutions have signed a global cooperation agreement to sell and deliver mission-critical private network solutions to global mining customers, and a report from the World Bank and non-profit organisation Pact has revealed the extent of a 'global data gap' in the artisanal and small-scale mining sector. mining-technology.com wraps up key headlines from March 2019.
Mineral Mapping Using Spectroscopy: From Field Measurements to Airborne and Satellite-Based Imaging Spectrometry
Mineral physics dictate the appearance of rocks and soils across the electromagnetic spectrum. In the Visible/Near-Infrared (VNIR) and Short Wave Infrared (SWIR), many materials absorb radiation at specific wavelengths, allowing their identification by the position and character of absorption features.
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